Not only does good news travel fast, often times it earns a repeat performance. Such was the case on Tuesday, Sept. 10, when a national radio feature focusing on Cal Poly Pomona?s College of Agriculture and its AGRIscapes project was rebroadcast over the CBS Radio Network.
One of the most popular events during each year?s Fall Conference is the All-University Breakfast and Convocation. Yet due to scheduling difficulties and staffing concerns, not everyone is able to attend.
In response to the various challenges students have had in completing their registration via the Voice Response (VR) system, Cal Poly Pomona is offering an additional option for students to add and drop classes for Fall Quarter 2002.
High expectations are nothing new for the Cal Poly Pomona women?s soccer team. Having finished in the top 10 nationally two of the past three seasons, the Broncos entered the 2002 campaign with six starters and 11 players overall returning from a team that finished 16-4-2 and reached the NCAA Division II West Regional final.
On Tuesday morning, United States Attorney General John Ashcroft briefed the nation on raising the Homeland Security Advisory Status from Level Yellow (Significant Risk of Terrorist Attack) to Level Orange (High Risk of Terrorist Attack). This was done in conjunction with a variety of justice department organizations as well as international sources.
Dear Colleague: Welcome back! While I'm sure the summer went by much too quickly for you, as it did for me, I am looking forward to the coming year because I am sure we will continue to make great progress at Cal Poly Pomona. While my enthusiasm is somewhat tempered by the budget crisis facing the state, I am still very optimistic about the future development of the university and believe we will see even more advances in the next several years.
Cal Poly Pomona?s Division of Instructional & Information Technology (I&IT) helped bring a national quorum to the 9/11 Youth Congress on Sept. 10, an event hosted by the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles in an effort to help young people better understand the realities of a post 9/11 world.
Professor of Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering William F. (Bill) Girouard was selected for the George P. Hart Award for Outstanding Faculty Leadership for 2002-2003. Girouard received his award on Sept. 17 during the university's Fall Convocation.
They came seeking neither fame nor glory. Their goals were to survive and advance, academically, while putting theory to the test in what proved to be a no-holds-barred heavy metal competition.
Bolstered by nine returning players ? including four starters ? and a throng of talented newcomers, the Cal Poly Pomona women?s volleyball team is looking to compete with the nation?s best in 2002.